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ealth Institute to Be Held at Wart burg College Speakers on -Day Program Session Sponsored by Department of Health Waverly—Health facts will be in the spotlight Thursday when students and citizens of North [owa attend a one-day health institute at Wartburg college. The institute, sponsored by the division of public health education of the Iowa state departmeni of health, will be in the new gym- asium from 9 a. m. until 4 p. m Six speakers will be on the allay program, announces Leonard . Murray, director of the division £ public health education. These will be Dr. O. E. Hoffman, director, of the division of dental hygiene, discussing "How Is Your Dental Health?"; Mrs. Helen Lov- jell, state nutritionist, speaking on ("Nutrition and You;" Dr. M. E arnes. State University of Iowa, iscussing "Communicable Disease acts Everyone Should Know;" R. McAllister, district public lealth engineer, Decorah, with the opic "Better Sanitation for Beter Living;" Dr. C. C. Graves, di- •ector of state mental institutions speaking on "Good Mental Health;" and Dr. Murray, discuss- ng "Social Hygiene Facts No One Should Overlook." The program has been arranged by Doctor C. H. Becker, president 'pi Wartburg college and Dr. Mur- jray. President Becker invites any- pne interested in attending to take part in the health institute, which will begin promptly at 9 a. m. All citizens interested in this health institute are invited to attend all jor any part of the full day's ses- lon. TRAIN HITS AUTO Greene — Eldred Mather, who :esides about 2 miles north o. Greene, narrowly escaped injury ,vhen his car stalled on the Rock Island tracks near the Greene airport and was struck by a freight JWr. Mather jumped from the car put of danger just as the train demolished the car. DOCTOR BECKER —Wartburg President Viorgan Addresses Medical Society Garner—Members of the Hancock-Winnebago Medical Society met recently in the conference room at the Central States building in Britt. Dr. H. R. Morgan of Mason City led the group in discussing' cancer and explained measures now being taken by the American Cancer Society for the treatment and prevention of the disease. Dr. Morgan is chairman of the American Cancer Society in this district which covers several states. Dr. C. O. Brewster of Britt is president of the Hancock- Winnebago group. Garner Lions Faculty Host Garner—The Garner Lions entertained the local school faculty at the annual reception banquet held at the high school gymn here. Hundred and thirty were seated at the banquet table. Hans Tofte, world traveler and manager of the Klipto Loose Leaf Company of Mason City, addressed the group on "My Travels" and his humorous \vitticisms regarding his personal experiences. The program opened with an address' of welcome by President Dick Clark of the local club and Supt. Selby Ballantyne. Grade school principal, Charles Tompkins, responded. Members of the faculty and school board, guests of the club, were introduced. Atty. G. W. Templeton served as master of ceremonies and kept the program moving at a lively clip. Tailtwister R. J. Fritsch led the community singing assisted by Ernie Gerard i, accordionist from Klemme, who entertained during the dinner hour. The banquet was prepared by the Garner Music Mothers and served by the girls of the home economics class. HERE end THERE Rake Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gilbert Hotel Sold Charles City—New owners of the Gilbert hotel, 121i North Main street, are Mr. and Mrs. John Meyer who purchased the 26-room hostelry from Louise Nieman and Eva Ries. The Meyers came from Bassett. Meyer has been employed at the Oliver corporation where he will continue to work for the present. 'No other cake mix is as fine iit flavor and texture as cake Legion, Auxiliary Buy Wheel Chair Charles City — Members of the American Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday night with the decision to purchase another wheel chair for public use in Charles City. Mrs. Ralph Reichert, president, presided over the meeting. The Auxiliary now has for use throughout this community, 6 hospital beds and 3 wheel chairs. An increase of the annual poppy order has been raised from 3,800 to 4,000 poppies which the group will sell on the streets May 27. A communication from the Floyd county president was read announcing a county meeting to be held at Marble Rock, Sept. 29. A luncheon will be served at 12:30 p. m. Floyd county units will act as hostesses at the October birthday party Oct. 19 for hospitalized veterans at Independence. Plans are now in progress for the all-day district meeting to be held here Oct. 27. Lewis of Superior spent a couple of days at the Lud Lund and Otis Quamme home. Kiester, Minn.—Mr. and Mrs. Ole Reine of Madduck, N. Dak., visited E. O. Bendickson Wednesday. Mrs. Reine had not seen her brother for over 12 years. LeRoy, Minn.—Maynard Hiller has gone to St. Paul to enter his 2nd year at Macalester college. Kiester, Minn.—Mr. and Mrs. Veryl Meyer of Scarville, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Meyer and Duane of Walters, and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Meyer visited at the Evan Finnell and M. R. Hintz homes at Spencer, Iowa. Chester—Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Cray have gone to their cottage in Lake Roosevelt, Minn., to spend a couple of weeks. Osage—Miss Winifred Sullivan, who makes her home during the summer with her sister, Miss Vera, has returned home from a 5 weeks' sojourn in Minnesota to escape the hay fever season. Calmar—Atty. and Mrs. J. W. Neuzil are visiting at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ales in Lost Nation. Ackley—Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Wallace have returned from their vacation where they visited Mrs. Wallace's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thompson, New Sharon, and with friends at Wichita, Kans. Thornton—Mr. and Mrs. Morton Schumacher returned home from a 7,800-mile trip through the west. CAKC *oy» Mf's. Louro E. Blorfgetl, Mlnneopolts. Minn*»oto O JW? ""•* * CINCH TO HUT Dies in California Osage — Mrs. E. J. Legler, 47, former Osage resident, died Sept. 15 at her home in Oakland, Cal. Death was due to a heart attack. She was born at Osage, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barney House. They lived here until 1910, moving to Riceville, later to North Dakota and California. She leaves her husband, 2 children and a sister. The Mason City Exchange Club in co-operation with The New York Civic Opera Co. ii George Bizet's Opera CARMEN T Day Only 1 Performance Only Thursday, Nov. 3, 8:00 p.m. ROOSEVELT FIELD HOUSE Mason City, Iowa 75 Member Cast Symphony Orchestra Coforfut Costuming A Sparkling Evening of one of the world's most popular operas. It's a great opportunity for you and your children to see and enjoy real entertaining opera. ' Tickets on Sale at Vance Music Co. Les Reed Music Co. Green Mill Cafe Younkers Admission Main Floor—Chairs Seats $3.00 Bleachers. . $2.40 Balcony— All Seats.. $1.80 Students. . . $1.20 All Sections Reserved — Prices Include Tax ORDER TICKETS BY MAIL NOW! To OPERA CARMEN 'Mason City, Iowa Sirs: Please Send Me the Following Tickets: Main Floor Chairs Bleachers. Balcony Students. Money Order D Check D Name Address Town Chap'in—Mr. and Mrs, Ben Andrews returned home from a visit with relatives at Ottumwa and Moulton. They were accompanied home by their granddaughter, Miss Gladys Cowell of Moulton, who will make a couple of weeks stay here. ' ' Kanawha—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hauptly of Wesley visited recently in the A. C. Olson home. Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. William Vestweber took their daughter, Joye, to Ames where she entered college. She will take a course in home ec. Luverne—Mr. and Mrs. Walter Baumgartner, St. Cloud, Minn., returned home after a week's visit here with relatives. They were house guests at the Henry Kubly home. Alexander—Mrs. John Hopkey is able to return to her home after undergoing surgery at the Mercy hospital. Mason City. Luverne—Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christensen had as guests recently, Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson, St. Louis, Mo. Thompson—The Rev. and Mrs. Harley Carbaugh and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Daltpn attended a Brotherhood meeting at Crystal Lake Monday night. Nora Springs—Miss Marjorie Willsher arrived home from. Mason City, where she has been employed as a switchboard operator for the Northwestern Bell Telephone company since the middle of July. She spent a 2-day vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Willsher. Woden—Mrs. Antony Buns entered Mercy hospital at Mason City Monday morning for observation and treatment. Rake—Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Olson of Fenton were recent guests at the Elmer Christenson home. Goodell—Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Graeber left Tuesday for a 10- day vacation with the former's sister, from Harvey, 111., who has a cottage at Spooner,'Wis. Rake—Miss Ordale Durby. R. N., of Owatonna, Minn., visited at the Levi Durby home. Latimer—Mr. and Mrs. John Renaud, Miss Charlotte Johnson and Miss Olivia Johnson were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren T. Johnson. Hampton—The Rev. A. A. McAvoy, accompanied by the. Rev. Wilford Kress of Strawberry Point are spending 2 weeks in California and other western states. Rake—Miss Ida Erdahl of Minneapolis spent a few days at the Ole Jorgenson home and with other relatives and friends. Thornton—Mrs. Mary Sondergaard and Mrs. Elmer Christensen and Dan were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Simmons at Milford. Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. John Hill took their son Richard to Ames where he has entered Iowa State college. Hansel!—'Mr. and Mrs. Estel Oswood are visiting a relative in Chicago. Alexander—Mrs. Minnie Eden accompanied by Mrs. M. W. Reese of Rowan drove to Iowa Falls to meet Mrs. Carl Wilson of Waco, Texas. Luverne—Mrs. Nellie Delderfield and Florence Hardcopf, Los Angeles, Cal., are here for a visit at the homes of relatives. Mrs. Delderfield will visit at the home of her sons, Kenneth Curran, Luverne, Harold at Corwith and Lawrence at Livermore. Garner—Mrs. Clarke Pollock of Garner was admitted to Mercy hositpal at Mason City the first of the week and submitted to surgery. Waucoma — Miss Vera Willis, teacher in the Conrad schools, is remaining home this week, due to the illness of her mother, Mrs. Laura Willis of Waucoma.. Marble Rock—Major and Mrs. Harold Snowden of Old Orchard, Maine, are visiting their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Overby. Osage—Mrs. Nels Nelson, Jr., submitted to an emergency appendectomy Monday afternoon at the Mitchell county Memorial hospital. Osage—The Rev. and Mrs. T. P. Solem have returned from a trip to Pierpont, S. Dak. Bode — Gordon DeGroote, who is a patient in the Methodist hospital in Des Moines, is reported improving. He was stricken with a light form of polio. Allison — Mrs. Alice Gossett, who recently submitted to a major operation at Allen Memorial hospital in Waterloo, has returned home. Rudd—Miss Mary Ann Hunter, Mrs. D. N. Ervay and Mrs. Alma Kuhlemeier attended the food pageant cooking school at Charles City. Greene — Charles Hathaway of Bremerton, Wash., is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Marsh. Latimer—Mrs. Edith Wilson of Waco, Texas, and Mrs. Minnie Edens of Alexander were recent callers at the Mrs. Emma Muh- lenbruck home. Northwood—Kenneth and Wilma Grae have sold their farm to Ed Haugo of Danville township. Latimer—Mrs. Emma Muhlen- bruck and daughter, Miss Lydia Muhlenbruck, visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Plagge in Mason Ctiy. Calmar—Mrs. George Griff en was elected president of the Band Boosters club to succeed Mrs. John LaDue who has moved to Des Moines. Mrs. Warner Gaffney is the secretary-treasurer. Garner—Mr. and Mrs. Verner Hamilton are the parents of a ISC Livestock Show Date Set Ames—Agricultural students at Iowa State college have set Nov. 7 as the date of their "Little International" livestock show. The event is patterned after the International Livestock Exposition held annually in Chicago, 111., except that all competitors are students, and they are judged only on the fitting of the animal and on showmanship. All livestock in the show is owned by the college, and is apportioned by lot to the showmen. Sta*te and national breed associations, as well as individual breeders have donated trophies and. awards for each division of the show. Judges will be outstanding breeders from Iowa and herdsmen of the college. The idea of a "Little International" as an aid in teaching showmanship and grooming to college tudents originated at Iowa State college in 1913, and has been widc- y copied by other colleges since hat time. This yeai's show will be the 2nd since the series was nterrupted by World war II. Al Korslund, Eagle Grove, is assistant chairman. ADDRESSES STUDENTS—Dr. William B. Bean, head of the department of internal medicine at the State University of Iowa, told more than a thousand students in medicine, dentistry, nursing: and pharmacy at the university to make excellence their motto and hard systematic work their theme. The address was given at the opening convocation of the division of health sciences and services. Sept. 583, .. 1949 „,. 3 Maion Clly Globe-GizetU, »*»»•» City, U. District Court Jurors Chosen Cresco—A jury panel ot 50 persons has been drawn at the Howard county clerk's office for the October term of district court here. They will await further orders of the court before reporting for duty. Judge W. H. Antes of West Union will preside over the term, The jurors are: Cresco—Sadie Bents, Will Daly, Nels Ellingson, Marie Erickson, Herman L. Gassett, L. G. Gitchell, Ethel Hamilton, Inga Hein, .L J. Johnson, Clem Kapler, Robert Lienhard, Muriel ' Luers, Lenore Monette, Marie Martin, John L. Pecinovsky, Lila Phillips, Libbie Prochaska, Eleanor Schmanski, Robert Stika, Ed Stika, Mabel Weaklen, Regina Weinkauf, Frank Zapotoeny. ..'..: Lime Springs—Anna Anderlik, Luella Bunge, Jessie Davis, Eli Foote, dlaudia Jones, Flynn McCabe, Alfred Ollendick, Ed Peter, Robert Reis, Adaline Riekmann, Louise Souhrada,,Tom Pritcher.- Riceville—Richard Ackerman, Victor Buresh, Tom Chrencik, Walter Nath; Marian Stevens. Elma—Harland Averhoff, Stella Fair, Myrtle Jones, John Knippling, Lillian McGrane, Norman Nelson, Mike O'Donnell. Protivin—Eleanore Houdek. Calmar—Abbie Kostka. Alta Vista—Francis Lantz. daughter born at Mercy hospital in Mason City Monday. Chester—Mrs. Sophie Arsers of Riceville spent Tuesday with Mrs Robert Larson. Garner — Kenneth Schneider son of Mr. and Mrs. William Schneider, recently enlisted in the army air force and is stationed at the Lockland air base at San Antonio, Texas. Leland — Richard Haage'nson, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Haagenson, left for Ames where he entered his senior year at Iowa State college where he is studying animal husbandry. Waucoma—Mr. and Mrs. George Bradley, Phopnetslown, 111., visited with his mother, Mrs. Emma Bradley and son, Jem. Leland—Robert Eide, who operates one of the Standard Oil filling stations in Leland, has been in Mercy hospital in Mason City MEETINGS In North Iowa COULTER—The Franklin Consolidated P. T. A. will meet Monday at 8 p. m. at the Coulter school play house. CALMAR — The north Calmar township hospital unit will meet with Mrs. Hattie Frana Thursday afternoon, Oct. 6. COULTER—The Luther league will meet at the Nazareth Lutheran church parlors Thursday at 8 p. m. """' RUDD—The Rudd Culture club was to meet with Mrs. Thomas Burlingham Friday evening. Earl Moody of Nora Springs was to be guest speaker. COULTER—Helping Hand Society will meet at 2:15 p. m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Manager Resigns Charles City — Bill Peterson, manager of the Montgomery Ward catalog office here, has announced his resignation. He said that he had made no definite future plans. No successor has as yet been named, according to Peterson. BUYS TOP HOG Charles City—Western Buyers, Inc., Charles City, Saturday paid a top price of $4.25 a pound for the grand champion barrow shown at the National Barrow show at' Austin, Minn., according to Harley Peters. The hog, a Duroc, brought a total price of $1,014. Carl Jacobsen. WEST UNION Brotherhood members of Zion American Lutheran church have been invited to attend an area Brotherhood meeting at Castalia at 8 p. m. Sitnday. WEST UNION—A joint county meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary will be held at 8 the past week for medical care. p. m. Tuesday at Westgate. During his absence, Vernon and Curtis Helgeson of Lake Mills are operating the station. Plymouth—Mrs. Laura Lucas of Osage is at the Virgil Evans home caring for her daughter, Mrs. Evans, who submitted to surgery in a hospital in Mason City. Glee Club Organized Eagle Grove—The members of the freshman girls' glee club have been chosen and will meet with their director, Miss Marianne Harken on Wednesday and Friday lor practice. fAM0l/$ 10V M0f?& 5Tytg. MORE 5PARKL.5, M0*?e STAMINA -^~ — •f PER DOLLAR \ 'J2* TH * N AW OTHER: V* •" jf^^ POPULAR- PRICED FLOOR COVERING TAKE. THE: PATTERN51 SMARTEST you've. eve« SEEN ! TAKE. THE. 5ERVICE I YOU &&T A TOUGHENED PAINT AND BAKED ENAMEL. COATS sprue eesr PAINT" APPUI&D BY HAND.-AND TAKE. /OUR GUARANTE SATISFACTION OR.'yoUR MONEY 6A£K I TODAY AT YOOR. FUX>R COVERING DEALERS ! CONOOLEUM-NAIRN INC, Ktamy, N. J.'O 194' EQUAU IN •miCKNE^S To THE. G.OLD OF=" STARTING SATURDAY... All of the University of Iowa Football Games WILL BE BROADCAST OVER KSMN On Your Dial at 1010 EVERY SATURDAY at l:OOp.m. ALL GAMES WILL ORIGINATE DIRECT FROM STADIUM ... AT HOME AND AWAY First Game Saturday, Sept. 24 / U. of Iowa vs. U. C. L. A. SPORTSCASTER . . . GENE SHUMATE Dean of Iowa Sportscasters Gene Shumate, whose broadcasts of Iowa U. football games' will be heard on KSMN this year, is rightfully dubbed the "Dean of Iowa Sports Announcers" by the publicity men. This will be Shumate's eleventh season of calling the plays on the Hawkeyes from broadcasting booths all the way from Philadelphia to Los Angeles. The 33 year old Des Moines sportscaster broke into Iowa football in 1936, after starting the work while attending the University of Missouri. With the exception of three war years, during which he served with the Marines, Gene has been closely identified with Iowa athletics. School Issues Paper Bode — The Bode high school students are putting out a weekly paper "The Bode Tiger." The editor is Jerry Williams and the as• sistant editor Elwood. Thompson. L ZL~. vJU Gene Shumate • For a Full Afternoon of Thrilling Football # Tune to KSMN — 1010 On Your Dial Each Saturday at 1:00 P. M. THIS SPORTS FEATURE PRESENTED BY: Lapiner Motor Co. Peoples' Gas & Electric Co. Cool Spring Canning Co. For Your Convenience . . . Clip This Schedule University of Iowa vs. September 24 U. C. L. A. October 1 PURDUE 8 ILLINOIS 15 INDIANA 22 NORTHWESTERN 29 OREGON November 5 MINNESOTA 12 WISCONSIN 19 NOTRE DAME

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